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hometown. plus... a former u-s attorney general... speaks out on behalf of the family of late football coach joe paterno. why they say the "freeh report"... is factually wrong. covering the nation... the family of late football coach joe paterno... responds to the so-called "freeh" report, commissioned by penn state university. along with former u-s attorney general dick thornburgh... the paternos called the report "factually wrong, speculative, and fundamentally flawed." former f-b-i director louis freeh says he stands by his report. former assistant coach, jerry sandusky was convicted of child sex abuse crimes last year. he now faces a prison term of 30 to 60 years. a middle school student in washington state is expelled... for writing a "kill list" that targeted 10 classmates. the school's principal says police are unsure if the list was created as a joke ... but in light of recent events, autorities are taking threats like these more seriously. parents are hoping this will serve as a wake-up call. the student could be charged with felony harassment, which carries a penalty of up to
is ordering all u.s. special troops out. the order came after allegations are torturing -- u.s. troops are torturing afghans. he wants the accused afghans handed over. the cuban leader will serve another five-year term but it will be his last. he announced today he will retire in 2018. the cuban national assembly says castro has called for senior leaders to hold off for more -- hold office for no more than two terms. a milestone moment witnessed by thousands. pope benedict delivered his final sunday blessing. as anne thompson explains, he prepares for retirement and it new controversy. >> during the final blessing of pope benedict. the 100,000 people not only got a blessing but they heard the pope give more reason for why he is retiring. he told the crowd got has called him on the mountain. -- god has called him on the mountain to live a life of prayer and meditation. he wants to live this life with the same kind of dedication but to do so in a way more appropriate for his age and strength. >> affection, closeness, and prayer. >> the event played out against the background of a new sca
headgear. u.s. across has no time line for recommendations or potential role in action. the response, it is irresponsible to enact legislation requiring had protection in women's lacrosse without a clear understanding of the mechanism of head injury. a version of the sport that is different from its male counterpart. he said his organization is studying the issue. >> from the public to political activism. baltimore's archbishop will make a rare appearance tomorrow before lawmakers. more about this story. >> the death penalty is one of the hot topics of this legislative session. the archbishop said that he is ready to speak his mind. from speaking before parishioners on ash wednesday to testifying before politicians, baltimore archbishop william laurie wil to convince lawmakers to vote against the death penalty. >> people commit heinous crimes and should be punished but we feel there is a better way than capital punishment, especially because there is life without parole. >> it is unusual for the catholic leader to get political but his predecessor, edwin o'brien, testified in 2009 in
as calling the past its response to what it describes as u.s. threats. the u.s. security council warned the tusk were a clear threat to international peace and security. -- the tests wre a clear threat to international peace and security. >> new research suggests a certain supplement can we discuss -- reduced the risk of artisan. >> a storm approaching from the south bring rain and snow. >> smoke blaneketed a baltimore county neighborhood tonight. firefighters were called to the home of 8400 block of stock would block for a chimney fire -- 8400 block of dogwood block. dustin grogan is facing felony theft charges. they laid him to a bronze markers at a memorial park that started disappearing last summer. authorities are contacting family members of the deceased. if you are anyone might be a victim, call 410-222-6018. >> medical alert tonight with new research that says taking folic acid during pregnancy reduces the risk of a child developing autism. >> doctors already advised pregnant women to take 400 micro grams of folic acid daily to prevent serious birth defects but this new study sh
. >> airlines are canceling hundreds of flights. according to cnn, nearly 3000 u.s. flights have been cancelled for friday and saturday. airlines are offering waivers. the expected snow and wind prompted amtrak to halt service between new york and boston friday afternoon. so far, the northeast corridor south of new york is not affected. >> left in look at the forecast -- to get a look at the forecast. >> the red shaded region from coast of maine to boston down to providence and into new york city, the area there, blizzard warning. that is where the worst of the storm will be tomorrow night into saturday morning. it has two parts. one coming up from the carolinas and the midwest. they will combine. it will brush past our area. the winter weather advisory in effect for rain, sleet, and snow tomorrow morning and perhaps more snow tomorrow night. more details coming up. > >> you can track the storms anywhere you are. our own and enjoy it aps. -- try our new iphone and android apps. >> embarrassing and expensive commission for st. joseph medical center. they submitted false claims to medicare and me
will come under scrutiny of the u.s. supreme court tomorrow and could have major impact nationally for law enforcement officials. in the past, the law required anyone convicted of a serious crime to provide a dna sample. in 2009 the law changed to include those who are arrested for certain violent crimes. some advocates of the justices of hold maryland -- de melo. we will have coverage from washington beginning on 11 news at 5:00 tomorrow night. >> of baltimore county worker made a gruesome discovery near local high school. the worker found human skeletal remains in a wooded area woodedoverlea i school this afternoon -- and a wooded area near overlea high school this afternoon. >> the bodies of alicia stricklen and taewon tuck were found inside a car friday morning. authorities initially said they may have died from the fire, but now say each was shot before the car was set on fire. there is no word tonight on a suspect or motive. >> pope benedict xvi is allowing the cardinals to elect his successor sooner than march 15. today the hurry the wreckage -- resignation of britain's most senior
group in turkey claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing at the u.s. embassy. the terror expert confirmed the authenticity of the claim. turkish officials say they have made at least three arrests and are still searching for other suspects who might have helped to the bomber. the attack killed a turkish security guard and a turkish jailor was injured. no americans were hurt. >> now, your 11 instaweather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> a check of the latest radar showing lots of snow trying to pull away from the area. the snow shower activity, little or no additional accumulation as expected with any of this. we could see flurries to the west. the clipper pulls out of the area. there is more lined up for this came from. 17 was the low this morning. 25 of the normal. we were way off the mark. there is a moderating trend in temperatures in the seven-day. we will need to wait a couple of days for that but we will eventually warm up. annapolis is 30. 33 on the boardwalk. westminster, 25. frederick, 23. take a look at the satellite imagery. we can see all of the weat
ehlich will join the republican delicate and the u.s. senate candidate in teh forum on thursday, february 14. applications must be submitted to the county council by noon the next. john leopold resigned after he was found guilty of misconduct. they have 30 days to fill the seat. no one has submitted an application of small brick for police in california. the message authorities are turning to to track a wanted fugitive. we >> are humbled that so many people are giving to our cause for our daughter occurred >> if the community rallied to support a girl who suffered nonmedical setback after another. we have reaction from her family as they received an incredible act of gener >> tonight, close to 1000 people enjoyed a chocolate affair. they retreated to a chocolate inspired dinner. a lot of decadent desserts created by area restaurants. the event raises money for health care for the homeless. chocolate and health care may seem like an odd combination, but organizers say they can go hand in hand, >> chocolate has always had medicinal purposes and for the thousands and thousands of years, and
is moving through and maybe some snow. insta-weatherplus is next. 48 at the airport. 51 downtown. >> the u.s. geological survey detected a 4.9 earthquake in our career. no one is confirming whether it to conducted its anticipated third nuclear test. >> a minuscule amount of a single peanut could be enough to trigger a serious, even fatal reaction to someone who is allergic. there are millions of sufferers. could there be a cure? he may become a believer after meeting johnny gossett. he is a normal teenager. he is a good student and studies hard and a pretty talented pianist. today at lunch he has eaten something in the past that would be off-limits. a recess peanut butter cup. johnny is one of the millions of kids who has a food allergy and he is allergic to peanuts. one of the most difficult to avoid foods on the planet. do you remember a time when you did not worry about peanuts? >> no. the first reaction was when he was 8 months old. >> it was a bite of a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich. he was covered from head to toe with hives. >> it became a bigger part of our lives. >> johnny
the investigation, with the u.s. national transportation safety board in a supporting role. passengers who survive this misadventure are waiting to hear whether carnival triumph's fate was bad luck or an accident that could have been prevented. . >> the skies fell and now it's time to pick up the pieces. the officials release an estimate by how much damage was caused by friday's meet right -- meteorite strike. how to make the switch to green energy and bundle your green this presidents' day >> every bride to be knows finding the right dress can be one of the most stressful parts of planning a wedding. this weekend the brides against breast cancer tour stopped in downtown baltimore with a thousand designer brand name wedding dresses on sale at a huge discounts and is a great sale at a great cause and the tour stops in 100 cities every year and raises an average of $20,000 to $30,000 a show with a huge portion going to the fight against breast cancer. >> 1% of our proceeds -- 71% of our proceeds goes to those impacted by cancer offering free detection and prevention classes or programs. >> if you m
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